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Jazz Musicians born on November 18

  1. Alessandro Bortolozzi
    b. 1977
    guitar, acoustic
  2. Bennie Wallace Bennie Wallace
    b. 1946
    saxophone, tenor
  3. Brian Betz Brian Betz
    b. 1977
    guitar
  4. Cindy Blackman Cindy Blackman
    b. 1959
    drums
  5. Claude Williamson Claude Williamson
    b. 1926
    piano
  6. Compay Segundo Compay Segundo
    b. 1907
    guitar
  7. Don Cherry Don Cherry
    b. 1936
    trumpet
  8. Felix Scott
    b. 1950
    piano
  9. Georgia Carroll
    b. 1919
    voice / vocals
  10. Jacob Wutzke Jacob Wutzke
    b. 1997
    drums
  11. Jeff Dingler Jeff Dingler
    b. 1986
    bass
  12. Johnny Mercer Johnny Mercer
    b. 1909
    composer/conductor
  13. Justin Wood Justin Wood
    b. 1975
    saxophone, alto
  14. Kari van der Kloot Kari van der Kloot
    b. 1981
    voice / vocals
  15. Kristian Sensini Kristian Sensini
    b. 1976
    flute
  16. Lasse Tornqvist
    b. 1935
    cornet
  17. Leslie Alexandra McMahon Leslie Alexandra McMahon
    b. 1955
    voice / vocals
  18. Lil Greenwood Lil Greenwood
    b. 1924
    voice / vocals
  19. MATKOT MATKOT
    b. 1991
    band/orchestra
  20. Mike Parykaza Mike Parykaza
    b. 1957
    trumpet
  21. Natalie Duncan Natalie Duncan
    b. 1988
    voice / vocals
  22. Nathan Basiuk
    b. 1970
    piano
  23. Nicolas Herrera Nicolas Herrera
    b. 1975
    guitar, electric
  24. Perry Dean Collins,jr
    b. 1956
    guitar, electric
  25. Sheila Jordan Sheila Jordan
    b. 1928
    voice / vocals
  26. Stephen Guerra Jr.
    b. 1973
    composer/conductor
  27. Victor Sproles
    b. 1927
    bass
  1. Boots Mussulli
    b. 1917
  2. Eddie Graham
    b. 1937
  3. Hank Ballard
    b. 1936

Disclaimer: Though we have checked our dates, this listing may contain erroneous information. If you discover errors or omissions, please report it to us. Thank you.

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